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Colorado's drug fatalities passed 1,000 in 2017 for the first time ever -- hundreds more deaths than the state's traffic death toll for the year.
And most of those deaths can blamed on opioids -- prescription painkillers and their illicit cousin, heroin.
Given the record-breaking death toll, new approaches are needed to prevent overdoses, no matter the drug.
On Sept. 25, The Gazette and KKTV will cohost a Community Conversation on Opioids and Addiction with experts who can tell us what we must do to stop this crisis.
190 South Cascade Ave.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Meet Our Event Panelists
|José Esquibel: Associate Director, Colorado Consortium for Prescription Drug Abuse Prevention at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus|
|Cathy Plush: founder and executive director of Springs Recovery Connection.|
|Anne Cutter: mother of a boy who has been addicted to heroin for years, and has been in and out of treatment.|
|Amanda Smith: Substance Use Disorder director for AspenPointe.|
|Nathaniel Granger: Jr., PsyD, Founder & Director of Be REAL Ministries.|